Guy Buseyne, born in 1961, has already worked as a graphic artist and furniture designer and restorer before devoting himself to visual arts.
The Belgian focuses on people in his work. In his expressive sculptures, the artist takes up the question of what makes people humane. He skillfully translates aspects such as community, trust and conflict into sculptural scenes. Buseyne designs his figures in a very minimalist way, sometimes going to the limits of abstraction. But it is precisely this reduced formal language that lends his bronze sculptures great power and a universal symbolism that can easily be applied to many situations in one's own life.
His contemporary sculptures can be found, among other places, in "Ekeberg Park", a large sculpture park near Oslo.